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Sent to NVC, Long wait

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I don't have a lot of information regarding this case. Its for a friend of my husband and all I got was the I-797. Its for a US citizen applying for a Married son or daughter. The priority date is dec 22, 2006 and the latest visa bulleting is May 2004. The I-130 was approved June 11, 2010 and sent to NVC.

What does NVC do with these applications that are still a long wait? Should they be completing the NVC paperwork now or does NVC wait until the PD is closer to start processing the paperwork? They may have already, I just don't know. Once received at, is there an amount of time that you have to finish the paperwork?

I don't have experiences of what happens when there are waits for priority dates.

Hubby Step-Mom Apply for minor child
2/25/2013 - Priority Date

03/19/2014 - Case complete at NVC

01/02/2015 - Interview scheduled (Interview Date: 02/12/2015)

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